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Big Ball of Mud maintainer (mostly Java, C++, and SQL - Perl, Python, and JavaScript as necessary) currently living in Charlotte, NC. I also tutor Java, Python, and JavaScript part-time at Franklin University.

I blog about programming, math, learning, and technology at BillTheLizard.com.

You can follow me on Twitter, @lizardbill. (If I recognize you from SO or meta, I'll probably follow you back.) You can also find me on Google+ and on GitHub. (Questions about moderator actions on Stack Overflow should still be posted on Meta Stack Overflow.)

I also wrote @BountyBot, a Twitter bot that posts new and interesting bounty questions from Stack Overflow. You can view the source on GitHub.


Oct
26
revised Security of Former President of USA in “Welcome to Mooseport”?
changed URL to a link
Oct
26
revised What was the first film or television show that used computer generated credits?
changed URL to a link
Oct
25
reviewed Reviewed Why was MacGyver's first name kept a mystery?
Oct
22
revised Movie about a serial killer who drowns his victims
changed URL to a link
Oct
15
awarded  Good Answer
Oct
15
answered Eighties movie featuring a destruction derby-scene, with a Darth Vader “doll” on roof of car (?)
Oct
15
answered How does Paul Smecker know everyone's name in Boondock Saints?
Oct
2
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
1
reviewed Reviewed Why did the ring affect Frodo so much and not Bilbo?
Oct
1
awarded  Custodian
Oct
1
reviewed Reviewed What is the meaning of the line at the end of Chinatown?
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Sep
16
answered Super 8 - What does “Walking Distance” phrase mean?
Aug
30
comment Is there any evidence of “Big Twist” movies having poor post-cinema sales?
"Book of Eli" is another good example. It's very different watching it the second time.
Aug
29
awarded  Enlightened
Aug
28
awarded  Announcer
Aug
28
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
28
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What was the first movie to introduce “blue wire or red wire” bomb disposal?
Aug
28
answered What was the first movie to introduce “blue wire or red wire” bomb disposal?
Aug
26
answered Keys to Monika's apartment